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Degas House is steeped in history. There are many articles written about Edgar Degas, Degas House and the area, and we hope you will check back often to visit our Blogs. Thank you for reading!

Top 12 Best Bed and Breakfasts in New Orleans

As some of our guests have commented on the Edgar Degas House Creole Impressionist Tour, "If you are in New Orleans and are an art lover, this [tour] is a must-see!" and "I would definitely put this on my New Orleans to-do list".

The Best 8 Old Hotels in New Orleans

To help you pick the perfect place to stay, we've put together a list of the best old hotels in New Orleans. Now, don't let the term "old" keep you from staying in any of these charming hotels. When we write "old", we really mean "classic, historic, and one-of-a-kind".

The 10 Best Breakfast Restaurants in New Orleans

You may know New Orleans for its wild nightlife, but have you heard about The Big Easy's signature breakfast? Whether you want to cure your hangover (or add to it) there are plenty of options available in New Orleans.

New Orleans' 12 Most Charming Historic Hotels

New Orleans is one of the greatest historical locations in American history. New Orleans was under Spanish rule until 1803 when it was sold to the United States in the Louisiana purchase. In the 1800s, New Orleans was the wealthiest and third-largest city in the United States.

New Orleans Date Ideas: 12 Activities Your Date Will Love

The only thing harder than finding a date in the first place is deciding what to do! Whether this is your first or 100th date, you want to find the perfect place to stir up an exciting conversation, enhance your connection, and spark or rekindle the romance.

New Orleans Attractions For Couples: 9 Memorable Activities You'll love

A common nickname for New Orleans is "The Paris of the South." The city was founded by the French in 1718 and was named after the Duke of Orleans. If you explore the French Quarter of New Orleans, you will discover many remnants of French architecture and culture.

New Orleans in August - 9 Events You Don't Want to Miss

Arguably nothing is better than New Orleans in the summertime. No amount of heat scares away the fun of New Orleans. August is the perfect time of the year for tourists and locals to explore the city!

New Orleans' 6 Most Romantic Hotels

Are you wanting to heat up the romance between you and your partner? Come to New Orleans where every corner of the historic city brims with passion and romance. From artwork to music to history to nightlife, there are infinite places to explore and memories to create with the one you love most.

10 Best Things To Do in New Orleans this October

What's better than autumn in the city? Pretty much nothing. It's the best time of the year to visit New Orleans; all you need is a light jacket! October in New Orleans means perfect crisp weather, haunted adventures, and a plethora of live music and entertainment.

What to do in New Orleans When it Rains? 

New Orleans gets some sort of precipitation, rain, snow, sleet, or hail, an average of 108 days per year. That means there's a 30% chance of precipitation each day in the city.

The Top 10 Most Unique, Memorable Hotels in New Orleans

New Orleans draws tourists from all over the world for its unique culture, nightlife, and of course its iconic Mardi Gras festivities. Whether you're coming for the memorable food, the culture, the history, or the nightlife, there is a perfect place for you to stay.

The 9 Best Things to do in New Orleans at Night

New Orleans, Louisiana, is the best destination for night owls. The nightlife in New Orleans continues until dawn, be sure to start your evening with an espresso martini to keep you up and running until the morning! Whether you want to blackout or stay sober, there is a nighttime activity in Crescent City.

What Not To Do In New Orleans

Like any big city, New Orleans can occasionally be dangerous if one doesn't take precautionary steps. Here are the top things not to do, that will increase your safety as you visit New Orleans. 

Degas House Blogs

Degas House is steeped in history. There are many articles written about Edgar Degas, Degas House and the area, and we hope you will check back often to visit our Blogs. Thank you for reading!

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Recipes of Degas House

  • Grits and Grillades
  • Breakfast Casserole Muffins
  • Breakfast Casserole Muffins
  • Butter Toffee
  • Hash Brown Casserole
  • Creamy Tomato Basil Soup
  • Red Beans & Sausage
  • Sticky Corn Maque Choux
  • Crawfish Cornbread